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On Thursday Aaron Wilson wrote that Cincinnati had the most money under the salary cap at $27.7 million in the NFL. Pro Football Talk released another set of numbers on Friday, also listing the Bengals as the top team, but with $20.5 million under the cap, a reduction of $7.2 million from Wilson's numbers. However the discrepancy between the two numbers could simply boil down to when contracts from last week's signings were submitted into the league office.
Jason La Canfora with the NFL Network confirms Pro Football Talk's numbers with a further breakdown:
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The Cincinnati Bengals are leading the league.
In salary cap space, that is.
With 56 players under contract, the Bengals are $20.58 million under the NFL salary cap limit of $120.6 million.
Here's a look at the updated salary-cap status for all 32 teams counting their top 51 contracts as of March 31:
From draft bust to drug bust.
Ryan Leaf, the ultimate bust when it comes to NFL franchise quarterback draft picks, was arrested for the second time in the past four days. Meaning the Cincinnati Bengals have already contacted his agent about working him out and getting him on the roster. No, I’m joking about that last part.
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